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New Catalogue from Hiden Analytical

Published: Friday, May 10, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, May 10, 2013
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Mass spectrometer systems for catalysis and thermal analysis.

Hiden Analytical has issued a new catalogue describing their mass spectrometer systems and microreactors for control and monitoring of diverse gas-related thermal processes.

Application areas include catalyst quantification, thermogravimetric analysis(TGA), thermal programmed processes(TPD/TPR/TPO) and general thermal reaction studies, with a range of interfaces available to accommodate process pressures from sub-atmospheric to 30 bar.

Recent introductions include the fully-integrated TPD Workstation for surface desorption studies at ultra-high vacuum(UHV), operating with small sample areas of just 1 sq.cm and programmable heating of specimens to 1000°C.

The differentially pumped UHV-compatible load lock and sample transfer mechanism ensure minimized background vacuum levels.

Also featured is the HPR-20 QIC TMS system for analysis of fast gas adsorption/desorption events at pressures near atmosphere, with sample transfer response times down to just 150 milliseconds.

The established product range includes the CATLAB integrated microreactor/mass spectrometer series and both benchtop and freestanding mass spectrometer gas analysis systems.


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